Lessons for Negative Space

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  • How Do You Fight the Winter Blues? - … can only be late January. Does winter affect your mood negatively? Or are you one who loves this season? In the … of moon rocks, like the ones returned by the Apollo space program. ... How do these biological rhythms come about? We carry …
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  • Text Messaging Turns 20 - … entered the oxford english dictionary PUT A SLASH ( / ) WHERE THE SPACES ARE Oneoftheinformationage'sbiggestsuccesseshascelebratedits20thbirthday.The veryfirst,simple,textmessagewassentonDecember3rd,1992.Itwassentby … similar things? 4. LANGUAGE: Write a magazine article about the negative effect text messaging is having on the writing ability …
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  • Conflict and Win-Win Solutions: Two Lessons for Grades 3-6 - … any generalizations about it? Why are most of our associations negative? C. Write CONFLICT = VIOLENCE on the board to make the … copies of the Conflict Analysis Checklist for each student, allowing space between each question for writing. Divide the class into groups …
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  • Holidays: Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Not - … joyous. Unfortunately though, the holiday season may well bring up negative feelings for students and colleagues from broken or unhappy homes … . Use a sheet of paper per feeling with plenty of space underneath for students to add marks to the sheet. Post …
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  • Energy & the Environment: What Can We Do? - … warms the earth is absorbed and some goes back into space. Some of the radiation is trapped within the thin layer … as improvements in medicine and communications. But sometimes they create negative effects. For example, in past we used simple tools that …
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  • A Circle on Stress and High-Stakes Tests - … . Circles use a highly structured process to create a safe space where people can share important issues and experiences in an … we'll be reading are from people who are responding negatively to the stress of testing, it is important to realize …
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  • High-Stakes Testing & the Seattle Teachers' Boycott - … in the area, which includes two computer labs and study space where students meet for clubs, print homework, and do research … that testing under "Race to the Top" will have significant negative effects on education: Evaluating teachers in relation to student test …
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  • Coming out - … . Ask students: What is positive about coming out? What is negative about coming out? You can give examples to get the … 't mean an end to a small amount of personal space. But I do think visibility is important, more important than …
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  • Cyberbullying: What is It? What Can We Do About It? - … of cyberbullying and how we can make cyberspace -- and all space -- safe for everyone, including LGBTQ students. By Marieke van Woerkom … bullying behavior. Also note that bullying often takes place in negative, unsafe and unsupervised environments, where people (adults and students alike …
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  • What Will President Obama Do About the Global Warming Time Bomb? - … : Dr. James Hanson, director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, became the first scientist to warn Congress that global … with new power stations, electric lines and roads) would have negative environmental and economic effects. Concerns have been raised too about …
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